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  • Mining Legislation and Mineral Development in Zambia

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  • Northern Rhodesia – Rhodesian Study Circle

    The Northern Rhodesia Legislative Council election was on 30 October 1962, with by-elections for several seats held on 10 December. Although the United Federal Party won the most seats in the Legislative Council, and Northern Rhodesian African National Congress leader Harry Nkumbula had made a secret electoral pact with the UFP, Nkumbula

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  • Colonial Histories of Heritage: Legislative Migrations and

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    The Mining Ordinance of Northern Rhodesia: A Legislative 3 For the modern law, see C. M. Ushewokunze, "The Legal Framework of Copper production in Zambia," (1974) 6 Zambia L.J. 75. The provisions of the 1958 ordinance are examined in detail in Williams, H. M., The Mining Law of Northern Rhodesia, London, 1963.

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  • Northern Rhodesia Colony - British Empire

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    In Northern Rhodesia, there was neither an Executive Council nor a legislative council, but only an Advisory Council, which until 1917 consisted entirely of officials. After 1917 and a few nominees were added to represent the small European minority: Northern Rhodesia had no elected representation while under BSAC rule.

  • British South Africa Co. v. Commissioner Of Income-Tax

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  • Ordinances - Northern Rhodesia - Google Books

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  • The Mining Ordinance of Northern Rhodesia: A Legislative

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    Northern Rhodesia Police 1914 to 1918. Northern Rhodesia had two fronts to defend. On 9 August three officers and 80 men left Livingstone for Kasama to guard against invasion from German East Africa.The British South Africa Police sent a detachment to guard the Falls Bridge. On 22 September a combined force of BSAP and NRP occupied the German post at Schuckmannsburg in the Caprivi Strip.

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  • Northern Rhodesia (Zambia pre-independence)

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  • Recovering Nonviolent History

    copper mining in the mid-1920s. the Legislative Coun-cil established in 1924. While in South Africa after the Boer War and in Southern Rhodesia in 1923, the British government had devolved power to European minorities, its declared policy for Northern Rhodesia was the paramountcy of African interests, clearly stated in the Passfield

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